BY KATE MESSAM *All data in this article was accurate as of March 6, 2020* Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has spurred mayhem all over the world, both in the media and in real life, since confirmed cases boomed in China in … Continue reading Should we worry about Coronavirus?
Students at Wadsworth describe what it is like to be black in a predominantly white school district BY EMILY KURTZ When the 19th Amendment was passed, it became something of a symbol that represented the final few walls being broken … Continue reading Wadsworth students discuss race
BY HALLE SHAEFFER Recent additions to Wadsworth’s downtown area have inspired a more active and friendly environment for citizens of our community.Dolce at the Strand recently opened with the hopes of attracting more members of Wadsworth to their historical location. … Continue reading Creating an unmatched area
BY ALEX MILLER On Saturday, January 11 the WHS Elite Choir hosted its third annual Princess Academy for kids in kindergarten to fourth grade. The little princesses arrived in their finest gowns, ready for a fun day filled with meet … Continue reading A magical day at the third annual Princess Academy
BY ANDREW CLARK During the holiday season people break out decorations and lights giving their house a complete makeover. These range from a wreath on the door to elaborate light shows that people from far and wide come to see. … Continue reading Family tradition finds new meaning
BY HALLE SHAEFFER AND BRIANNA BECERRA Those who are a part of the transgender community often feel that they are unheard, overlooked, and misunderstood in society. Alex Townsend, 12, is an openly transgender student at Wadsworth High School. He says … Continue reading Transparently transgender
BY SARAH SCOBEE Scare on the square is an annual trick-or-treat event put on in downtown Wadsworth. Families are invited to dress up and visit businesses in downtown to get some candy. Some businesses provide cider, sweets, or other festive … Continue reading Scare on the Square kicks off Wadsworth’s Halloween festivities
BY EMILY BRANDYBERRY Wadsworth’s Grizzly Leader Academy hosted a police vs. firefighter softball game on May 5. The Wadsworth Police Department beat the firefighters 13-12 in a nailbiter that came down to the ninth inning. The Grizzly Leader Academy is … Continue reading Grizzly Leader Academy hosts 1st annual Police vs. Firefighter Softball Game
BY JACOB MCDERMITT Drew Saylor, a Wadsworth graduate from 2002, recently won the 2018 Baseball America Minor League Manager of the Year. In doing so, he beat out the other 255 managers by leading the Class A Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, an affiliate … Continue reading Wadsworth Alumnus uses team mentality to win Minor League Manager of the Year and earn Major League position
BY MORGAN PORPORA The Christmas spirit is in the air at Wadsworth High School, and this year it is evident in the sophomore parking lot. Some sophomores wanted to spread the Christmas cheer, so they decided to start with one Christmas tree. … Continue reading Sophomore parking lot spreads holiday cheer
BY MATT MOORE Wadsworth City Schools has put a greater emphasis on school safety this year than in previous years. With the vast number of students in the district, Wadsworth Schools decided to employ another school resource officer. Officer Dan … Continue reading Wadsworth City School District welcomes new resource officer
REVIEW BY JESSICA HERMANN “The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear,” exclaimed Justin Ferguson on stage of the most recent Off-Broadstreet musical production. Ferguson played Buddy the Elf in Wadsworth Middle School’s version … Continue reading Wadsworth Middle kicks off the holiday season with Elf Jr.